Sara Reisdorf, ’04 MBA, was elected as one of 16 new shareholders of the Minneapolis-based law firm of Fredrikson & Byron. David (Dave) Rosen, ’08 MBA, was named vice president of the East Region at the Coca-Cola Company. Annie Young Scrivner, ’03 MBA, has been named executive vice president and president of Teavana. She was previously the executive vice president and president of Starbucks Canada. Brian Sinotte, ’04 MBA, became CEO of MetroSouth Medical Center in Indiana. Jesse G. Tischer, ’03 MHA, COO of Sanford Health Network, received the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Early Career Healthcare Executive Regent’s Award. The award recognizes ACHE members who have made significant contributions to the advancement of healthcare management excellence and the achievement of ACHE’s goals. Avanish Vellanki, ’04 MBA, was named CBO of Lorus Therapeutics, Inc. in Toronto. Kevin Yu, ’09 BSB, was named an associate at ShoreView Industries in Minneapolis. 2010s Alexander Baker, ’11 BSB, completed flight training for the U.S. Army. He is currently a 1st Lieutenant and UH-60 Black Hawk pilot in the Illinois National Guard. He is also a buyer apprentice for Sears Holding Corporation. Mike Chlipala, ’10 BSB, joined Swiftype in San Francisco as a software engineer. Erin Edgar, ’10 BSB, joined Unilever in Minneapolis as a customer supply chain analyst. Alumni World Stay Connected through a Corporate Alumni Club You don’t always need to travel to campus to connect with your Carlson School! There could be a Corporate Alumni Club at your workplace. What is a Corporate Alumni Club, and how can you get involved? Read on. What is a Corporate Alumni Club? A Corporate Alumni Club is a group of Carlson School or University of Minnesota alumni who gather periodically to meet, network, learn, and connect with each other and the Carlson School. Each Corporate Alumni Club is different, depending on the group’s needs or interest areas. What does a Corporate Alumni Club do? Club members identify goals unique to their company or group. For example, some clubs focus on social or networking events such as happy hours, breakfast meetings, lunch-and-learns, and more. Other ideas include gathering at existing Carlson School events such as 1st Tuesday or to participate in Carlson School programs such as Undergraduate Mentorship. Each Corporate Alumni Club is unique—we want these organizations to be valuable for their members! How do I get involved? Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for the Corporate Alumni Club contact within your company. The Carlson School’s Alumni Relations team wants to make it easy for you to connect to your Carlson School. Consider joining or building a Corporate Alumni Club within your organization! BY KARA HEDLUND 30 UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA PHOTO BY WALLY AGBOOLA PHOTO BY WALLY AGBOOLA Dean Sri Zaheer visits the Best Buy Corporate Alumni Club.
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